Mapping Skills with Google Earth Gr. 6-8 - BONUS WORKSHEETS




This FREE bonus resource includes extension activity worksheets from our Mapping Skills with Google Earth» Gr. 6-8 title.

Enjoy 6 BONUS worksheets from Mapping Skills with Google Earth» Gr. 6-8. These worksheets can be used on their own, or paired with the individual resources as extension activities at the completion of the unit. And the best part is, it's FREE.

About these BONUS Worksheets:

Written to Bloom's Taxonomy, these worksheets are aligned to your State Standards. Each concept features practice worksheets that utilize the Google Earth» program, along with comprehension activities to ensure your students are engaged and fully understand the concepts.

About the full resource, Mapping Skills with Google Earth» Gr. 6-8:

Help your middle school students move on to a more complex understanding of map reading.æOur resource allows students to further develop their ability to read and understand maps. Practice what you've learned about coordinates by finding the matching countries on Google Earth». Test your comprehension of a precipitation map by answering questions related to a map of North America. Explore the past with Google Earth», and see how the population of certain places have changed over time. Find the states or provinces and capital cities of your country. See how many surrounding countries you can name. Find the highest mountain, longest river and largest lake in your continent. Compare a world map with a globe, such as Google Earth». Find out which is a more accurate representation of the world.

All of our content meets your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Janel White

A great activity to review map skills with my students at the beginning of the year.

Kristal Sherrill

Students often come to middle school with gaps in their learning of Social Studies. I’m always looking for resources that are helpful in reviewing/re-teaching those skills. This is helpful.

Sarina Diakos

Great lesson to use as a fill in, students loved it.

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